consistency, consistence, eubstance, body(noun)
the property of holding together and retaining its shape
"wool has more body than rayon"; "when the dough has enough consistency it is ready to bake"
a harmonious uniformity or agreement among things or parts
logical coherence and accordance with the facts
"a rambling argument that lacked any consistency"
(logic) an attribute of a logical system that is so constituted that none of the propositions deducible from the axioms contradict one another
They want to achieve a high degree of consistency in their process and their product.
Mix it until it has the consistency of a thick paste.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
When tones, thoughts, or feelings, individually different, combine to form a consistent and pleasing whole, there is harmony. Harmony is deeper and more essential than agreement; we may have a superficial, forced, or patched-up agreement, but never a superficial, forced, or patched-up harmony. Concord is less full and spiritual than harmony. Concord implies more volition than accord; as, their views were found to be in perfect accord; or, by conference concord was secured; we do not secure accord, but discover it. We may speak of being in accord with a person on one point, but harmony is wider in range. Conformity is correspondence in form, manner, or use; the word often signifies submission to authority or necessity, and may be as far as possible from harmony; as, the attempt to secure conformity to an established religion. Congruity involves the element of suitableness; consistency implies the absence of conflict or contradiction in views, statements, or acts which are brought into comparison, as in the different statements of the same person or the different periods of one man's life; unanimity is the complete hearty agreement of many; consent and concurrence refer to decision or action, but consent is more passive than concurrence; one speaks by general consent when no one in the assembly cares to make formal objection; a decision of the Supreme Court depends upon the concurrence of a majority of the judges. Compare AGREE; FRIENDSHIP; MELODY.
antagonism, battle, conflict, contention, contest, controversy, difference, disagreement, discord, disproportion, dissension, disunion, hostility, incongruity, inconsistency, opposition, schism, separation, variance, warfare
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It was just consistency and following our leader, Drew Brees. Hes been a tremendous example for everyone across the league, i dont take that for granted. I take notes on how he prepares. ... Honestly, its hard for me to even pat myself on the back without patting the people around me on the back, because theyve helped me tremendously.
There is nothing like routine, which leads to consistency and persistency. Both are needed for success.” Andreas Simic
They will say they don't fail tests because they're all doping free, they need to be dovetailed, so there is a consistency and a profile built up of players that is across all these particular programs.
I see a consistency in him that's rare in most human beings and politicians.
The wicked have no stability, for they do not remain in consistency with themselves; they continue friends only for a short time, rejoicing in each other?s wickedness.
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- постоянство, устойчивост, консистенцияBulgarian
- consistènciaCatalan, Valencian
- Widerspruchsfreiheit, KonsistenzGerman
- consistenza, costanza, coerenzaItalian
- ڕێکی, سازگاریKurdish
- kekonsistenan, ketekalan, konsistensiMalay
- konsistensNorwegian Nynorsk
- Tính nhất quánVietnamese
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